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Fans can now purchase tickets to see Colorado senior Namon Wright and the rest of the Buffaloes basketball team via a new mobile ticketing service.
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Fans can now purchase tickets to see Colorado senior Namon Wright and the rest of the Buffaloes basketball team via a new mobile ticketing service.

Fans of the Colorado men’s basketball team will have a new ticket-purchasing option this season.

On Wednesday, CU announced the launching of the Buzzer Beater Mobile Pass. The subscription service begins with a $64 down payment with a $32 month fee for three months. Fans will be given mobile tickets to every game, though the Arizona home date on Feb. 17 is excluded from the package. Fans will be issued a different seat for every game, which will range “from general admission to reserved chair back sideline seats,” per a release from CU.

Tickets will be issued via mobile delivery about 24 hours before each game. Only 500 Buzzer Beater Mobile Pass packages will be issued.

For more information visit CUBuffs.com or call 303-49-BUFFS.

Coach Tad Boyle’s Buffs will host their annual Black-and-Gold scrimmage on Saturday at 9:45 a.m. ahead of the homecoming football game against Oregon State. Admission is free at the CU Events Center and doors open at 9 a.m.

Pat Rooney: rooneyp@dailycamera.com or twitter.com/prooney07

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